Apple: New iPhones on Pace to Beat Last Year’s Sale

Apple, on Monday, said that the new iPhones are on pace to beat last year’s iPhone first-weekend record. Apple does not reveal the exact number of pre-orders received. Some system analyst has assumed that company might log about 4.5 million preorders for the period of the first 24 hours as compare to last year i.e. 4 million during the first day.

Customer reviews to iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus have been tremendously positive and this might be the main reason that the pre-orders of iPhones this weekend were very strong all over the world. Company’s official statement revealed that, “We are on pace to beat last year’s 10 million unit first-weekend sales record when these new iPhones go on sale i.e. 25 September,’ said Apple spokeswoman Trudy Miller.

According to Apple Website, some models of iPhone 6S and 6S Plus possess a delivery wait time as long as 4 weeks. Online demand for iPhone 6s Plus has been especially strong and exceeded their own forecasts for the preorder period.

According to iPhone Inventory blog, which tracks the back-order status of various Models wait time for iPhone 6S big-screen in China is consecutively by three to four weeks and also two to three weeks for iPhone 6S.

The Company also stated that, “We are working to catch up as quickly as we can, and on next Friday we will be with iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus available at Apple retail store.”

“It is really going to change the way people use the iPhone,” Piecyk said that , “It is going to save your time as it allows 3-D Touch features, fast processor, upgraded 12-megapixel camera, Live Photos, Animation to photos, and that‘s what people really care about.” Along with iPhones, Apple introduced a grand program in which buyer can rent a phone and they can buy and sell it after one year for the next upcoming model.